My Other Half – A critical self-review by Shaun Mullins. The objective of this project was to create 6-10 environmental portraits and I chose to produce photographs of my wife in different locations in our home, dressed for and performing the typical activities that I often see her doing. I wanted to convey the ideaContinue reading “My Other Half – a critical self-review.”
Kath Woodward, (ed.) (2000) Questioning Identity: Gender, Class, Nation, London: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-22288-5. This publication is part a series of books for the study of social science through the Open University, published in 2000 it is probably a little dated now as it pulls from examples no later than the 1990s. However, as a bookContinue reading “Questioning Identity: Gender, Class, Nation.”
Due to the COVID epidemic getting photographs of anyone outside my household is proving very, difficult; so for my first assignment I have elected to keep it simple and use my wife and myself as the subjects. The photographers and their projects that have inspired me are Larry Sultan, Pictures of Home (1992) and TinaContinue reading “Planning and preparing for assignment 1.”
Below are the contact sheets for my final selection of photographs for assignment one.
Assignment 1 – My Other-half “Identity comes from both the observer and the observed.” – Shaun Mullins. In this project, I wanted to create environmental portraits that in some way express the different sub-identities that make up the overall character of a person. I believe that our identity / character is not defined by oneContinue reading “Assignment 1 – Environmental Portraits, ‘My Other-half’”
A local-man, Dennis, a car trader, 1# (from Strangers) (2020) by Shaun Mullins In this exercise, one of my subjects (Dennis) I photographed for exercise 1.1 agreed to photograph a typical hour of his day. Below are the chosen photographs from the collection that he gave me, plus two photos that I took when IContinue reading “Exercise 1.4 ‘An hour in the day.’”